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PETER J. KAPOLKA 




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GIRLS' TRACK 




front row I. Peterson, C. Larson. B. Kaslauskas, V. Mattie, S. Rice. K. Morris, K. Pantano, L. El-Amin, K. Hopkins, S. Maloney, L. Cox, J. Cox, B. 
Giacobbe, P. Connell. second row R. Ade, L. Dillon, S. Simmons. T. Augustine, S. Jones, K. Paulson, S. Mahoney, D. tiace, L. Mucci, C. Mason. K. 
Bakeberg, M. Hartigan, K. Gates, P. Lick field, D. Avery, M. Lincoln, third row L. Morris, K. McGeoghan, K. McLaughlin. M. Collins. /V. Murphy. L. Villa. 
M. Masucci. A. Tuttle. C. Martin. K. Murphy. P. liewsome. K. Hopkins. D. McEchran. B. Goldman. D. Adamcheck. K. McCaffrey. B. Mahoney. 




Although the tSHS track team has a history 
of success, 1984 was truly a banner year. Not 
only did they win the South Shore League with 
an 11-0 record, but went on to team victories in 
the So. Shore Principals Meet, Eastern Mass 
Class D, and. the ultimate accomplishment, the 
1984 All-State, All-Class Championship. Pam 
Connell, Cindy Larson, Karyn Pantano, and 
Dawn Avery were outstanding performers for 
the season. 




BOYS' SPRING TRACK 




front row: M. Avery, AI. Leary, D. Travis, B. Bernard, K. Fulton, E. Paulson, J. Loscuito, AI. Kelleher. J. Donovan, C. Cowden, C. Bunnell, 
K. Murphy, R. Finnegan, P. Prudente, M. Williams, row two: B. Dillon, B. Deininger, P. Frehill, P. Davis, C. Lewis, S. Rogers, B. Hureau, R. 
Tedeschi, B. Hindley, D. Cogliano, J. VanOsdol, M. Travis, P. Sinatra, IS. Thorns, T. Donovan, R. Morely, S. Smith, D. Maccini. row three: 
D. Mason, P. Donnelly, P Frehill, T. Cowden, M. McCann, D. Peck, M. Cooper, A. Melanson, B. Lamond, T. Reagan, A. Kapolka, D. Fulton, 
T. Larmay, C. Malm, S. Granai, M. Messenger, K. Lyons, J. Osgood. 




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The Norwell Boys' Spring Track Team 
under the leadership of John Osgood and 
David Mason enjoyed a successful year, 
just missing the league championship 
with a heartbreaking loss to East 
Bridgewater. Individual successes were 
enjoyed by Rich Finnegan, who dominat- 
ed the All-League Meet with victories in 
the 100, long jump and anchoring the vic- 
torious 4x100. Mark Travis placed 4th in 
the 100m. hurdles and Dave Cogliano 
placed 6th in the 400. The Clippers will 
have another strong season, with many of 
their best runners returning. 



SPRINGTIME ATHLETES: 



cold hands 
warm hearts 
soggy sneakers 
dead tennis balls . 





. . . total concentration, 110% ef- 
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GIRLS' TEISMS 




First Row: S. Mc fliullan, K. Furio, B. Barron Second Row: K. Van Osdol, /V. Dempsey, R. Scherbo ff. L. Barron, M. Kemp, Ms. Gilmore (coach) 




The Girls' Varsity Tennis team, led by 
Coach Gilmore. had both an impressive 
and rewarding season. K. Furio and L. 
Barron were outstanding as a doubles 
team and were named to the All Star 
League. /V. Dempsey and R. Scherhoff 
showed strong singles play while M. 
Kemp and K. Van Osdol played strongly 
in doubles. 



'/ hope I don't miss!" 



BOYS' TENNIS 




First Row: C. Anderson, E. Carlow. P. Smith. E. Peterson. Second Row: Coach Swartz, K. Carnes, S. Banda, P. Goughn, S. Ruddicl<, J. DetwHer, 
G. Macdonald, A. Evans, B. Worthen, S. Pietroski, M. Loring 



fiorwell 1 


• Hanover 4 


Norwell 


■ Duxbury 5 


Tiorwell 2 


■ Scituate 3 


NorweH 5 


Rockland 


Norwell 1 


Cohasset 4 


Norwell 5 


A bin g ton 


Norwell 3 


Hull 2 


Tiorwell 4 


Rockland 1 


Norwell 


Duxbury 5 


Norwell 2 


Hanover 3 


Norwell 2 


Scituate 3 


Norwell 3 


Hull 2 


Norwell 2 


Cohasset 3 


Norwell 4 ■ 


Abington 1 




The 1984 Boys' Varsity Tennis Team had a good season including 4 heartbreaking 3-2 losses. The team was led 
by the South Shore All-Star Doubles team of captain Peter Smith and Earl Carlo we 



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(front) Coach Kassatly. J. Lamond, K. Flaherty, S. Smith. R. Alvanas. S. McMahon. T. Mahoney, S. Garfield (back) D. Reagan (flingr). S. 
Ben ting, T. Lopes, E. Call, J. Murphy, K. O'Conner, B. Winters, B. Dempsey, D. Salamone (Mngr.) 




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The 1984 Clipper baseball team 
surprised many when Coach 
Kassatly led it to qualify again for 
the state tournaments despite 
serious setbacks. Outscoring its 
opponents 153 to 75, the club 
faced ups and downs en route to a 
13 to 7 season, led by pitching 
and four All- League players- S. 
Smith, K. Flaherty (captains), E. 
Call and J. Murphy. The 1985 club 
looks forward to another 
successful season with co-captains 
Tim Lopes and Eric Call and the 
other returning starters, B. 
Winters, J. Hughes, B. Dempsey 
and J. Murphy. 




Middleboro 


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riorwell 


2 


riorwell 


9 


Hanover 


6 


fiorwell 


8 


Hull 


2 


Abington 


1 


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15 


Rockland 


3 


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Duxbury 


6 


fiorwell 


13 


Whitman-Hanson 


2 


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4 


Holbrook 


4 


East Bridgewater 


13 


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Cohasset 





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9 fiorwell 

1 East Bridgewater 
5 Whitman Hanson 
Rockland 

7 fiorwell 
J Cohasset 
9 fiorwell 

4 fiorwell 
3 Holbrook 
fiorwell 

7 middleboro 
22 fiorwell 

J Hanover 
J2 fiorwell 

5 Scituate 
g fiorwell 
J fiorwell 

2 Hull 

]8 fiorwell 
5 Abington 



Going. Going 



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THE GALA EVENT 

The party was wonderful; 

The party was great: 

The party was behind closed doors. 

The mood was set. Romance was in the air. As all eyes 
focused upon the newly crowned king and queen. Brian Lynch 
and Patty Lick ff eld. Christos II proved to be the perfect setting 
for the 1984 Prom. After all who could forget R.I.H. boogying 
with Miss v.? 





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SOFTBALL 




Back Row: P. Foley, C. Tosney, A. Mitchell, J. Flaherty, C. Tosney, /V. Connolly, D. Erna, Coach Gerety Front Row: A. Carnes, C. Svelnis, M. 
Livingston, L. Hughes, P. Manning K. Kelley, P. Larkin 



The Girls' Varsity Softball team had another suc- 
cessful season. Senior co-captains Laurie Hughes 
and Pam Manning led the team, and both were select- 
ed as South Shore League All-Stars. Coach Gerety 
looks forward to another fine season with returning 
players Jen Flaherty, Nancy Connolly, Paula Foley. 
Chris Tosney, Deb Erna, and Adrienne MitchelL 



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Front Row: At. Sullivan. K. Davis. B. Winters. R. Frehill. S. Elder. C. Bunnell. R. Ciordani. C. Blanchard (CoCapt) B. Chicko (Co.Capt.). D. Cogliano. R. 
Craden. S. Mildrum. S. Mills. D. Gillen. M. Fenecl<. R. Lazcano Second Row: A. Kassaltly. D. Reagan, K. O'Connor. J. Murphy. J. Dirl<. J. Snow. C. Daly. 
M. Moraites. M. Williams J. Carnes. A. Melanson. D. Lynch. AI. Travis. M. Reilly J. Peck. S. Hindley. S. Fernandes Third Row: K. Carnes, B. Gemmill, C. 
Davies. S. Granai. M. Daly R. Maccinni. T. Larmay. B. Tebue. D. Maccini, AI. Harrington, T. Scevitto. J. Ediund. S. Foley 




Led by Boston Globe Division 4 Player of the Year, Brett Chicko, the ISorweU Football team enjoyed one of its most suc- 
cessful years, compiling a 9-1 record and in the process capturing the South Shore League Championship. Other 
outstanding contributions were made by senior co-captain Clark Blanchard, David Cogliano, and junior standout James 
Murphy. Coach Walsh is looking forward to another great year with the return of Murphy, Dennis Lynch, and Chip Daly. 



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BOYS' SOCCER 




Front Row K. Murphy. C. Lewis. R. Tedeschi. S. Rogers. G. Scammell, T. Lopes (CoCapt), J. Sinatra (CoCapt.), S. Thomas. A. Krasenbrink. P. 
Smith. S. Pietroski, L. Jackson. Back Row J. Flaherty. P. Ooughan. S. Banda, P. Adamcheck, B. McCann. P. Flahery, M. Ellis. P. Trombley. 
Coach Osgood 




The 1984 Boys' Varsity Soccer team 
had a fantastic season. Our boys won 
the small school division title by defeat- 
ing Cohasset on a cold, dismal field in 
Cohasset late in October. 

Co-Captains Tim Lopes and Jeff Sin- 
atra showed strong leadership all sea- 
son long and received strong support 
from their fellow seniors. 

Norwell will have to look long and 
hard to find a defensive unit to replace 
Murphy, Thomas, Rogers, Tedeschi, 
Sinatra, and Lopes. 




Comin' through 



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GIRLS' SOCCER 






first row. left to right: A. Lopes. M. Masucci. S. Maloney, K. Kenney, AI. Martin, L. Osborne. L. Villa. M. Stella. A. Taglieri. sec- 
ond row: K. Hopkins, /V. Dempsey. I. Peterson. R. Ade. C. Mason, L. Neville. K. Bakeburg. third row: Coach Emerson. P. Con- 
nell. K. McLeod. L. Crovello. B. Donahue. M. Lane. 













CROSS COUNTRY 







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Fron/ /yow; AI. Cooper. J. Daniels, L. Loscuito. B. Giacobbe. S. Mahoney K. Paulson, D. Avery. Middle Row: B. Spitz, B. McGonnigal, A. Ka- 
polka. K. McCaffrey. B. Mattoney P. Newsome. K. Kraysler, K. Kelley. Rear Row: K. Paulson. S. O'Rielley. E. Burke. J. Smitti. J. Stanton. J. Van- 
Osdol. P. Sinatra. /V. Ttioms. Coach R. Littlefield. (not appearing . . . S. Macdonald. C. McMafion) 







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FIELD HOCKEY 




Front Row: T. Augustine. S. kelson. /Y. Connolly, L. Joseph, /V. Taglieri, D. Erna, J. Mulkerrin, Back Row: Coach Frado, L. Dunn, C. Spring, M. 
Lawrence, L. McQuarrie, A. Mitchel. B. Goldman, C. Kelly, S. Clark, H. Prouty 



The Varsity Field Hockey team had a building season highlighted by 
games against Hull, East Bridgewater, and Scituate. Led by captains 
Nancy Taglieri, Laura Joseph, and Nancy Connolly, the Clippers contin- 
ually improved throughout the season. Goalie Tracey Augustine had an 
excellent season with 250 saves and was selected to the South Shore 
League All Star team along with Senior captain Nancy Connolly. 
Turning in strong offensive performances were Sophomore Heather 
Prouty and Senior Sarah Nelson. Coach Frado is looking forward to a 
fine season next year with many returning starters. 





FALL CHEERLEADING 




First row: T. Griffin (capt.). K. Gates (capt.) Second row: P. Foley, M. Dullea. D. Holden, M. Kemp, L: Kernan. Third row: L. Morris. M. 
Micciantuono. J. Cox. M. Pompeo. J. Healey. 



WE GOT SPIRIT, YES WE DO, WE 
GOT SPIRIT, HOW 'BOUT YOU? '. 








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CLASS OF 1988 



L. Abel son 

R. Adams 

D. A morel li 

M. Anderson 



B. Andreas 

D. Augustine 

G. Bala 

S. Ballerini 

At. Banda 



D. Baram 

S. Basler 

J. Benevides 

AI. Bennett 

B. Blanchard 



L. Bogni 

A. Blaisdell 

M. Boulos 

AI. Bourke 

C. Bradley 



E. Bridge 
E. Burke 
K. Burke 
AI. Burke 
J. Burns 



J. Burt 

H. Caldwell 

C. Carlo w 

J. Connell 

AI. Carpenter 





D. Carty 

M. Cassidy 

S. Chandrarashekar 

R. Chase 

G. Chatfield 



K. Christ 
K. Christ 
J. Coakley 
M. Colaruso 
J. Connold 



A. Contrino 
S. Conaway 



P. Cooper 
D. Corson 



K. Cowden 
B. CuHey 
B. Curtin 
D. Curtis 
J. Cashing 



F. Dangora 
A. David 
E. Da vies 
S. Da vies 
T. Deininger 



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A. Devin 

C. Devine 

D. DiFiore 

C. Diforio 

C. Dirk 



T. Divinagracia 

J. DJamoos 

P. Donahue 

L. Donovan 

C. Draheim 



C. Dunford 

A. Dunn 

W. Dunn 

T. Elliot 

R. Eaves 



L. Eisner 

C. Elder 

S. Fabrizio 

S. Fasoli 
D. Feneck 



P. Ferraro 

J. Finnerty 

n. Flaherty 

P. Flaherty 

K. Foley 



D, Forrar 

At. Forti 

B. Frankel 

C. Coslin 

L. Ciallongo 




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J. amis 

S. Gilmartin 
S. Cilmour 
AI. Goldman 
S. Gould 



D. Harriman 

E. Haskins 
Af. Helfrich 
J. Hennigan 
J. Higgins 



D. Hogan 
B. Hopkins 
J. Hubble 
D. Hirmberd 
S. Jacobs 



D. Johnston 
K. Karns 

J. Karp 
AI. Keiter 

E. Klick 



C. Kelly 
K. Kelly 
AI. Knox 
A. Ladd 
J. Lambert 



J. Larmay 
E. Larson 
K. Larson 
AI. Larson 
T. Laubinger 



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B. Lazcano 
A. Leary 

C. Lick field 
A. Lincoln 

A. Livingston 



K. Ludeau 

T. Lydon 

K. Mahoney 

C. Macdonald 

B. Maloney 



J. Mangone 

J. Marsh 

A. Mastro 

B. Mastromatteo 

T. Mastromatteo 



P. McLaughlan 

B. McGonnigal 

D. Mclnnis 



B. McCann 

A. McKay 

E. McKenzie 



K. Merrick 

n. Middleton 

C. Miller 




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/?. Miner 
E. Moody 
S. Mucci 
K. Nash 
J. Neary 



C. Nguyen 
K. Nixon 
R. O-Keefe 
J. Paige 
B. Fastens 



C. Patterson 
K. Paulson 
J. Penney 
B. Penniman 
J. Perry 



R. Perry 
K. Peterson 
K. Phillips 
T. Poleet 
P. Porro 



J. Porter 
C. Prudente 
N. Rahman 
J. Ransom 
B. Reagan 



flt. Reagan 
D. Reardon 

C. Reid 

D. Resnick 
S. Rockne 



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C. Rogers 

J. Rose 

P. Ryan 

J. Salter 

S. Santora 



P. Scammell 
D. Sexlon 
C. Simko 
C. Spargo 
K. Sparks 



J. Spring 

T. Sweeney 

W. Sweeney 

L. Stand ring 

R. Steele 



R. Turner 

S. Tedeschi 

P. Tulis 

S. Toomey 

/v. Taylor 



D. Terry 

D. Vandermolen 

D. VanOsdol 

K. Walsh 

H. Webster 



A. White 

M. Whittaker 

L. Wong 

J. Woodworth 




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CLASS OF 1987 




D. Adamchek 
P. Ahern 

C. Allen 

L. Alvanas 

D. Bailey 



D. Belts 

K. Boczanowski 

T. Bopp 

H. Burckhart 

J. Calvani 



J. Candito 
D. Capek 
K. Carnes 
J. Catrambone 
K. Coakley 



AI. Collins 
C. Connolly 
M. Cook 
J. Coons 
A. Corwin 



E. Coyle 
K. Crowley 
D. C rowers 
M. Daly 
C. Da vies 



P. Delahunt 
S. Delano 
K. Dietz 
W. Dillon 
L. Donnellan 



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TT 



P. Donnelly 
J. Donovan 

n. Dullea 
L. Dunn 

J. Ediund 



R. Ekstrom 

L. Elliott 

J. Ellis 

C. Farry 

S. Follgren 



P. Farank 
R. Flaherty 



D. Foley 
S. Foley 



S. Foley 
D. Fulton 

A). Carside 
J. Gately 

B. Gemmill 



AI. Geoghegam 

T. Giacobbe 

A. Gillen 

R. Giordani 

B. Goldman 



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AI. Graden 
S. Granai 
S. Green 
S. Greene 
A. Gunderway 




B. Harrison 

C. Harper 

M. Harrington 
M. Heaney 
K. Hietala 



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K. Hopkins 
G. Humberd 
D. Jones 
A. Kapolka 
P. Kenney 




P. Koulouras 
C. Kraysler 
K. Laidlaw 
K. Lane 
T. La r may 



T. Lasky 
K. Laubinger 
T. Lazcano 
D. Leason 
C. Lewis 



J. Lopes 
P. Loring 
S. Lucas 
D. Maccini 
R. Maccini 



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C. Macdonald 

R. MacEwen 

J. Mac Lead 

A. Mahoney 

At. Mahony 



C. Malm 

S. Manthorne 

C. Martin 

J. Maynard 

K. McCaffrey 



D. McEachern 
K. McGowan 



K. McLaughlin 
S. McQuarrie 



M. Messinger 

C. Micciantuano 

S. Mi Id rum 

D. Mills 

A. Mitchell 



P. Mohan 

D. Mohn 

M. MOIIen 

R. Morley 
/v. Murphy 




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D. ISace 
R. Nappi 
P. new some 
K. Nguyen 
P. Norton 



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S. Oberg 
G. O'Donovan 
A. O'Loughlin 
S. O'Neill 
S. O'Reilly 




S. Perry 
H. Prouty 



T. Reagan 
J. Reilly 



K. Reis 
W. Resnick 
C. Ritter 
S. Ruddick 
J. Sadler 



J. Salice 
T. Scavito 
S. Schnell 
W. Sherman 
R. Siciliano 



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E. Simmons 

J. Simmons 

L. Sinatra 

J. Smith 

G. Smith 



S. Smith 

R. Sparrow 

B. Spitz 

M. Stansbury 

L. Stevens 



B. Sullivan 

AI. Sullivan 

J. Suurhans 

E. Sweeney 

ti. Tafralian 



P. Trombley 
C. Virtue 
S. Vogel 



J. Wales 

J. Warshaw 

M. White 



J. Wolfe 
L. Young 




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CLASS OF 1986 



p. Adamcheck 

R.Ade 

C. Allen 

A7. Anastos 



J. Anderson 
J. Antell 

T. Augustine 

D. Avery 

A. Bala 



S. Banda 
L. Barron 



R. Ben ting 
P. Betts 



S. Blake 

J. Bond 

S. Burke 

J. Caddigan 

S. Cahan 



C. Cahill 

J. Calvani 

J. Carnes 

T. Carmillo 

R. Casey 




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A. Chase 

P. Chiasson 

S. Clark 

C. Cloulier 

L. Cochrane 



J. Coco 
P. Colbert 
T. Conboy 
P. Connell 
S. Cor] way 



M. Cooper 
C. Corson 



T. Cowden 
J. Cox 



D. Cronin 

L. Crovello 

M. Culley 

C. Daly 

R. Deininger 



J. Delahunt 

J. Deluca 

J. Detwiler 

J. Dirk 

At. Donovan 




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J. Doran 
A. Dunn 
M. Dwyer 
D. Elder 
lA. Ellis 



B. Engel 
A. Evans 
K. Filocco 
T. Fitzgerald 
J. Flaherty 



S. Foley 
AI. Freeman 



P. Frehill 
J. Gammell 



P. Goughan 
J. Hall 
J. Harris 
W. Haugh 
J. Healey 



S. Hindley 
K. Hoffman 
J. Holden 
J. Hone 
S. Howard 



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C Hudson 

C. Mulchings 

T. Jensen 

J. Johnston 

/v. Kapsambelis 



A. Karp 

C. Kearns 

B. Kjellander 

C. Kelly 

S. Kelly 



D. Kernan 
M. Lamond 



S. Ladd 
M. Lane 



C. Leary 

K. Leary 

M. Lawrence 

D. Lynch 

L. Leibowitz 



B. Lefiormand 

M. Lincoln 

J. Locke 

M. Loeben 

A. Lopes 




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AI. Loring 
K. Lunny 
T. Maguire 
E. Mahoney 
R. Mahoney 



Af. Makaitis 
J. Martin 
E. Massey 
AI. Masucci 
B. McCann 



K. McLeod 
C. McMahon 
T. McMahon 
L. McManus 
L. McQuarrie 



A. Melanson 
AI. Micciantuono 
AI. Moraites 



L. Morris 

K. Mortenson 

D. Moy 



J. Murphy 

C, riaimovich 

D. lieary 



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C. nelson 

L. Meville 

K. O'Connor 

D. Peck 

J. Peck 



M. Pendergast 

A. Penniman 

D. Perkins 

J. Perry 

I. Peterson 



S. Petrillo 
H. Phillips 

M. Pompeo 
J. Prive 

P. Prudente 



T. Raebel 
S. Reardon 
W. Reardon 



E. Reed 

M. Reilly 

J. Rockne 



K. Ruykhaver 

K. Ryan 

J. Salerno 




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R. Shuerhoff 
P. Sinatra 
J. Slupski 
J. Snow 
C. Spring 



B. Springer 
J. Stanton 
K. Sweeney 
A. Taglieri 
J. Tedeschi 



/v. Theodore 
/v. Thorns 
H. Tompkins 
P. Tower 
D. Tramontana 



Al. Travis 
S. Turner 
A. Tuttle 



K. Venza 

L. Villa 

E. Waterman 



A. White 
J. White 
M. Williams 
K. Young 
J. Zambuto 



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AND 

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■1985- 
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STUDENTS 



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MARTHA'S VINEYARD 
'84 

• 25 miles on bike- Otis Webber and Miss Franklin • 

• Cori and Leo's broken bikes- South Beach 
- Exhaustion and Dehydration 

• Sleeping on the bus ride home 




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BEST DRESSED 



MOST DRAMATIC 




Sarah Nelson & Andrew Eaves 

See What a JC Penney credit card can do? 

MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT 
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Paula Foley & David Reagan 

They'll be coming to earth any day now . 




Scott Metivier & Con Brackett 

I thought this was a rehearsal!! 
CLASS FLIRTS 




Bill Porter & Michelle Porter 

It's a family affair. 



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BEST SMILE 



CLASS COUPLE 





Susan Meagher & Ken Murphy 

Look Ma, no cavities! 

MOST INTELLECTUAL 




Julie Furio & Eric Call 

as in antidisestablishmentarianism. 



Nancy Taglieri & Brian Winters 



All is fair in love and war! 



MOST ATHLETIC 




Brett Chicko & Nancy Connolly 
Let's see just how tough he is! 



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Norwell Public Schools Menu: 

Monday: Buffalo Bills ON a Crusty bun Thursday: Mexican Tacoes (your way) 

BagOChips Potato Puffs 

Corn Kernels Chilled Peaches 

Tuesday: Chef's Choice Day Friday: (of course) Crispy Slice of Italian Pizza 

Wednesday: McChickens on a Sesame Seed Bun Tossed Salad 
Chef's Special Sauce 
Carrot Coins 
French Fries 




MOST ARTISmC 



TEACHERS' PETS 




BEST LAUGH 




David CogUano & Julie Furio 

Anything for an A. 
CLASS RADICALS 




Ray Lazcano & Krista Gates 

Did you hear the one about . . . 



Richard Tedeschi & Jodi Plainer 

Who's giving who a detention? 



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BEST PERSONALITY 





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nOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED 

1985 

■STRAIGHT TO 
THE TOP- 

The entire Class of '85' 

There's no stopping us now 



DONE MOST FOR CLASS 



Charlie Bunnell & Jen Norling 

(. . . he dropped her . . .) 

CLASS CLOWNS 




Kristen Garfield & Jared Ediund 

. . . But seriously folks . . . 




Charlie Bunnell & Kristen Garfield 

We Do do windows, by the way. 



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The friends we have made over 
the years will stay in our hearts for- 
ever; the times we have shared and 
for whom we have cared will always 
be remembered. 




That's disgusting! 



Friends forever. 



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5" 




So this is the soup du jour?! 



Say what . . .? 



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MEMORIES 

OF OUR PAST 

REFLECT OUR 

FUTURE 




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Our brief pasts are but fond memories. 

Short shadows behind us. 

The paths of our future loom far in front. 

Arousing wonder of great things. 





CHARLES FRANKLIN 
BUNNELL. Ill 

Chuck, Charlie 
Class Pres. 2-4. Football 1-4. Wrestling I, 2. 
Spring Track 2-4. French Club I, 2. Drama 
1-4. Student Govt 1. RAC 4. Food Com. h 
4. Yrbk. Faculty Ed. 4. 
I believe that man will not merely endure 
but prevail. 

William Faulkner 






TIMOTHY JOHN DONOVAN 

Tim, Timbo, Slim 
Class V.P. 2-4. French Club 1-3. Drama 3. 
Nat. Hon. Sac. 3, 4. SAC 4. Food Com. 4. 
School newspaper 3, 4. Yrbk. Underclass 
Ed. 4. Football 2. Winter Track 3. 4. Spring 
Track 2-4. 

Keep me away from the wisdom which 
does not cry, the philosophy which does 
not laugh and the greatness which does not 
bow before children. 

Kahil Gibran 



NANCY MARY BRIDGET 
CONNOLLY 

Class Sec. T4. Field Hockey 1-4 (Capt. 4). 
Basketball 1-4. Softball 1-4 (Capt. 4). 
French Club 2-4 (Sec. 2. 3). Nat. Hon. Soc. 
3, 4. Yrbk. Senior Section Ed. 4. Drama 3. 
He made it clear that the business of the 
philosopher was to make ideas available, 
and not to impose them on people. 

The Once and Future King 




LEO FRANCIS LoSCIUTO 

Class Tres. 1-4. Spanish Club 2-4. SAC 3. 
RAC 4. Cross Country 3, 4 (Capt.). Wres- 
tling 1-4 (Capt.). Spring Track 2, 4. 
In certain men there is a spirit which 
causes them to excell above all others. 



KRISTEN LEE GARFIELD 

Garf, Conchita, Betty 
Class Hist. 3, 4. Basketball 1-4. Drama 2-4. 
Spanish Club 2-4. Student Govt. I, 2. Yrbk. 
4. TVN 4. Nat. Hon. Soc. 3. 4. Latin Club 1. 
One day at a time — Do not look back and 
feel sorry about the past, for it is gone. Do 
not worry about the future, for it has not 
yet come. Live in the present and make it 
beautiful 



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WALTER ROBB ABBOTT 

Buddy. Ruddy B, Bud the 
Butcher 
Band I. TVN 4 
Then Cod way up in Heaven, 
For whatever it was worth, 
Thought he'd have a big ol' party. 
Thought he'd call it planet earth. 
The Grateful Dead 






DA WIS ELIZABETH ADAMS 

Dwane 

Spanish Club 2, 3. 4 
Co real slow- 

You'll like it more and more 
Take it as it comes; 
Specialize in having fun- 
Take it easy t>aby! 

The Doors 
"Dedicated Camper # /** 



GLENN PAUL JOSEPH 
ANDERSON 

Band I. 3. 4; TVN 

Anyone can do anything if they hold the 

right card. 

So I'm thinking about my life now. 

I'm thinking very hard. 

Deal me another hand Lord, this one's 

very hard. 

Pete Townshend 




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CHARLENE JOAN COREY 

AN STEAD 

Chuch 

Soccer I, Basketball I, 4. Softball 14, TVN 
Shower the people you love with love. 
Show them the way that you feel. 
Things are gonna be much better, if you 
only will. 
Shower the people you love with love 

James Taylor 



SCOTT ARTHUR 
ATHANASlOa 

Thanazoo, Diego, BooBoo 
Band I, 3. 4 

Twelve years have passed us forever it 
seemed. We're now out to capture the 
dreams that we dreamed. These years were 
the greatest, the memories won't fade, I'll 
always remember all the friends that I 
made 



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CATHERINE KIMBERLY 
BAKEBERG 

Kim, Bake 
Soccer 3, 4 
STRETCH. 

It's the only way to see How far there 
really is "Dedicated Camper #2" 






JENNIFER FRANCES BENT 

J.B., Jen, Juana 

Latin Club 1, 2, 3; Gymnastics 1-4; Spanish 
Club 2-4; Yearbook Staff 
Success is a ladder that cannot be climbed 
with your hands in your pockets. 



SCOTT EARLE BENTING 

Bent, Scooter, Chief 

Basketball 1-4: Baseball 1-4; TVN 4 
To lead a happy life you have to do what 
you want to do, not what other people want 
you to do, because of this you will always 
live a life of memorable memories, and hap- 
piness in your future. 




CLARK BAILEY BLANCHARD 

Football 1-4 (cocapt. 4); Baseball 1-4 
Still Waters Run Deep 



NICOLE CHRISTINE BOC 

Nil<ki, Nicky D. 
Field Hockey 3; Latin Club I: French Club 
1, 2. 3: World of Work 3. 
Friends may come and go but true friends 
stay forever. 



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JENNIFER HALL BOND 

Gwen, Jenn 

AFS /. French Club 2-4; School Newspaper 
3-4: Drama Club 3; Tennis 2-3: Student 
Govt. 3, 4 (Tres. 4). Yearbook 4 
Live everyday to its fullest, for you will 
never pass it by again. 






LISA ANN BOULOS 

Drama Club 1-4; French Club 2-4; Latin 

Club 1-2; AFS I 

It's not so much the few great 

moments, 

But the great many simple pleasures 

That bring true happiness in life. 



CORI JANE BRACKETT 

Fizz, Hank, Core, D.B., C.B. 
French Club 1-4 (publicity 3, Fr. Exchange 
3); Drama Club 1-4; Nat. Hon. Soc. 3, 4 ; 
AFS 1-4 (Pres 3. 4); Norwell Highlights 3. 
4(Feature Ed. 3, Editor in Chief 4); Year- 
book 4; Voice 2; TVN 2 
The more I live, 
The more I learn. 
The more I learn. 
The more I realize. 
The less I know. 
Each step I take 
Each mile I travel 
Only means the more I have to go. 



STEPHANIE LOVELAND 
BROWN 

Staph, Stuff 
Gymnastics 14 (cocapt. 4); Spring Track 
2, Yearbook 4. Spanish Club 2, 3; AFS 1-4; 
Drama Club 4 

A glad heart makes a cheerful 
countenance. 
But by sorrow of heart, the spirit is 




ROBERT MARTIN BURNSIDE 



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broken. 



The Bible 



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DOUGLAS MATTHEW 
CALDWELL 

Doug, Spinner 

Drama 1-3 

If school is part of our journey to enlighten- 
ment, I have just one question: Anyone got 
a match? 

a.B.M.S. 






FRANK JAMES CAMBRIA 

Spring Track 2 

There isn 't time to do everything. But noth- 
ing is impossible. 



NINA FRANCESCA CANDITO 

Neen, Woman, Franny 
Band 1; Spanish Club 3, 4; Yearbook 4 
The time to be happy is now, 
The place to be happy is here. 
The way to be happy is to make others 
so. 

R. Anger soil 



ERIC MATTHEW MICHAEL 
CALL 

Eerie, E-Man, Winnie 

Latin Club I-4; Band 1-4; Jazz Band 2, 3; 
Drama 2-4; Class Pres. 1; Student Gov't 3, 
4; Food Com. 3, 4; Nat. Hon. Soc. 3, 4 (Pres. 
4); Baseball I -4 (co-capt. 4); Yearbook Man- 
aging Ed. 

For long you live and high you fly, 
Smiles you 'II give and tears you 'II cry. 
But all you touch and all you see. 
Is all your life will ever be. 

Roger Waters 




BRETT ALLAN CHICKO 

Chett Bricko, Chico 

Football 1-4 (Capt.): Wrestling 1-4 (Capt.); 

Spring Track I, 2; Student Govt. 2; 

Yearbook 

There is no difference between a fool and a 

wise man once one falls in love. 

Murphy's Law 



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ARTHUR JOSEPH CICIRELLl 

A.J., Kayto, Lake Dweller 

Football I. 

If you don t eat your meat, you can t have 
any pudding. How can you have pudding if 
you don't eat your meat? 

Pink Floyd 





DAVID MATTHEW COGLIANO 

Doo, Dooman 

Football 1-4. Winter Track 2-4. Spring 
Track 1-4. Yrbk. Business Ed. 4. SAC 2-4 
(Chairman 4). Student Gov't. 1, 2. 
Our greatest glory is not in never failing, 
but in rising every time we fail. 

Confucius 



JEFFREY SCOTT CORWIN 

Jeff, J.C., Wazir 

Drama 14 Band 24 Chorus 12. AFS 14 

(Sec.). TVn 4 

lior do I repent of the style of defense. I 

would rather die having spoken after my 

manner, than speak in your manner and 

live. 



CAROL YN MARIE COCO 

Puff, C. 

French Club I. AFS 1-4 Drama I. 3. Band 
I, 2. Spanish Club 2-4. Gymnastics 1-4. 
Spring Track 2. 

Mow you see me. Mow you don 't. Break the 
walls, I'm coming out. I'm not a prisoner, I 
am free. My blood is my own now, the 
future is ours to see, but the past well 
remembered. 




CHRISTINE PATRICE COTTER 

C fir is, Crystal 
Softball I, 2 Dance Drill Team 24. 
Each of us a single seed. 
Leaving this time behind. 
Taught by what we've seen, listening in 
a mist 

of silent hopes. We're caught in the 
wind's whisper. 



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AUSTIN MICHAEL SIMMION 
CUR TIN 

Hobes, Hobie, Victor 
Baseball 2. 

Now the lines have all been read, And 
you knew them 

all by heart. As you move toward the 
door. 

Here it comes the hardest part. 
It's the famous final scene. 

B. Seger 





SCOTT MICHAEL DAVIES 

Guda, Sergeant, Angus-Young 
Football I. 

For those about to rock, we salute you. 

AC/ DC 



JONA THAN ERIC DA VIS 

Jon, J.D. 

French Club 1-3. Drama 1-4. AFS 1-4 (Pub- 
licity 4). Yrbk. 4. Winter Track I. 
I can resist everything, 
except. 
Temptation. 

Meg 




JOHN PHILLIP DANIELS. Ill 

Jack, Jackson, J.D., Blackjack 

Cross Country 3, 4. Winter Track I, 2. 

Spring Track 1, 2. Yrbk. 4. TVM 4. 

Nothing you can make that can't be 

made. 

ISo one you can save that can't be 

saved. 

Nothing you can do, but you can learn 

how to be you in time, 

It's easy. 

Beatles, All You Need Is Love 




KURT EDWARD DAVIS 

Gink, Kurtie 

Football 1-4. 

Easy life take it slow 

Now I've found the way to go 

Moving on leaving the past 

Easy life don't go too fast. 

R. Daltrey 



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PAUL ROBERT DANIEL DAVIS 

P.O.. Walter Davis 
Latin Club 13. Football I. Basketball I. 2. 
Winter Track 3, 4. Spring Track 2-4. 
French Club 2. 

All the world must be a stage and we are 
merely players, performers and portrayers. 
Each another's audience outside the Guild- 
ed Cage. 

Rush Limelite 






NANCY KATHLEEN IRENE 
DEMPSEY 

Demp, Matt, L.W. 
Nat. Hon. Soc. 3, 4. Soccer 2-4. Tennis 
1-4. 

Don't walk in front of me — / may not 
follow. 

Don't walk behind me — / may not lead. 
Walk beside me — and just tie 
my friend. 



JOHN EDWARD DILLON 

J.D. 

A solved problem creates two new prob- 
lems, and the best prescription for happy 
living is not to solve any more problems 
than you have to. 

Russell Baker 



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BETH ALLISON DONAHUE 

Witch 

Spanish Club 24 Food Com. 3 Yrbk. 4 

Soccer 14 Basketball 14 Softball 2 4 Lat 

in Club I. 

So long, farewell, Auf Wiedersehn, good 

night— I hate to go. it's been such a lovely 

sight. 

Martin Buxbaum 




MATTHEW JAMES DONNELLY 

Matt 

Basketball 2. Band I. 

With Heaven above and faith below I will 

yet stand firm against the devil. 

n.H. 




MICAELA KATHLEEN 
CHRISTINA DULLEA 

Mic 

Fall Cheerleading 2-4. Winter Cheerleading 
1, 2(Co-capt. 2). Spring Track 7, 2, 4. Gym- 
nastics 3. Yrbk. 4. School Newspaper 3. 
Student Gov't. 2. French Club 2-4. Spanish 
Club 4. 

For the heart that finds joy in small 
things. 
In all things, 
Each day is a wonderful gift. 






ANDREW MacDONALD EAVES 

Andre 

French Club 2-4 (V.P. 4, Publ. 2). Spring 

Track /, 2. Winter Track I. 

We'll do all right if we capitalize on our 

mistakes. 

Mickey Rivers 



JARED BRETT EDLUND 

Jabba, J.D. 

Spanish Club 2-4. Football 1-3. Drama 3, 4. 
Food Com. I, 2, 4. 

Welcome to the human race with its wars, 
disease and brutalities. Welcome to a spe- 
cial place and a heart of stone that's cold 
and grey. 

The Pretenders 




SCOTT BRUCE ELDER 

Drama 3, 4. Nat. Hon. Soc. 3, 4. Yrbk. 4. 
Football 1-4. 

A little learning is a dangerous thing; Drink 
deep . . . 

Alexander Pope 



DEBRA JEAN ERNA 

Deb, Debbie, Conchita 

Gymnastics 1-4 (Co-capt. 4). Softball 1-4. 
Field Hockey I, 4. Spanish Club 3, 4. 
I see my future at the rainbow's end; 
Happy hours, timeless friends. 
And if ever I chance to find my way; 
Rest assured, I will stay. 

Billy Squire 



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SARAH JANE FARLEY 

French Club 14. Band I. Yrbk. 4. 
Happiness is not getting what you want, 
but wanting what you get. 





MARK JOSEPH FENECK 

Rip, Lake Dweller 

Football I. 3, 4. 

Don't throw stones at men with machine 

guns. 

Rowdie Rody Piper 



RICHARD BRENDAN 
FINN EG AN 

Football 2 Basketball 2. Winter Track I, 3. 
4. Spring Track 24. Student Gov't. 2-4 
(Secretary 3) School Newspaper 3, 4 
(Sports Ed.). Yrbk. 4 Food Com. 3. 
Life's like a movie 




THERESA PAULETTE FARRY 

Tree, Reece, Terri 
Drama 1-4. Band I. French Club 3. TVn 2. 
4. Field Hockey Mgr. I. School Newspaper 
4. AFS 3. 4. Yrbk. 4. 
Some may call you foolish 
but only those who don't believe; 
they can't conceive that dreams can 
come true 
but I do cause I'm a dreamer too. 




Write your ending 
Keep believing 
74 Keep pretending. 



CYNTHIA ARLENE FISHER 

Chunky, Fish, Spazzmundo 
Drill Team 2-4. Drama I. 
I may get around . . . I may laugh a lot . . . 
Now you'd think I'd be happy with the life 
I've got. Nobody knows what dreams I see . 
. . Ain 't nobody really knows the inner side 
O'me. 

Billy Squire 



Kermit the Frog 





JENNIFER LEE FLAHERTY 

Jen, Flair 

French Club I. Soccer 1. Basketball 1-4 
(Co-capt). Softball I -4 (Cocapt). Mat. Hon. 
Soc. 3, 4. TVH 4. Yrbk. Sports Ed. 4. 
When you are sorrowful look again in your 
heart, and you shall see that in truth you 
are weeping for that which has been your 
delight. 

Gibran 






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THOMAS FLAHERTY 



KAREN LYNN FOLEY 

Pilar 

Spanish Club 3, 4. 

There are those who give with joy, 

and that joy is their reward. 

And there are those who give with pain. 

and that pain is their destiny. 



PAULA SCOTT FOLl 

Spanish Club24(Pres. 4). Nat. Hon. Soc. 3. 
4. Student Gov't. I, 3, 4. School Newspa- 
per 3.- Yrbk. copy Ed. 4. Fall Cheerleading 
1-4 (Cocapt 2). Winter Cheerleading 1-3. 
Softball 1-4. World of Work 3 (Sec). 
Oh what a time it was, it was a time of 
innocence, a time of confidence with spe- 
cial joys and special places, special friends 
together, the moments pass so quickly. 
But the memories are forever. 




RICHARD ARTHUR FREHILL 

Ricky, Rick 
Football 1-4. 

I never think of the future. It comes soon 
enough. 

Albert Einstein 



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ANN MARIE FULLERTON 

Bea, Betty, Thelma Woods. 

Annie 

Spanish Club 2, 3, 4 (V.P. 4). Basketball 2. 

3, 4. tiat. Hon. Soc. 3, 4. Gymnastics I. 

Yearbook 4. T.V.H. 4. 

There are places I remember all my life, 

Though some have changed. 

Some forever, not for better. 

Some have gone and some remain. 

All these places had their moments 

With friends I still^can recall. 

In my life I've loved them all. 

The Beatles 






JULIE MARIE HOPE FURIO 

JuJu Bee, Jules, Hulie 

Class Hist. 2. Latin Club 1-4 (sec. 2-4). Nat. 
Hon. Soc. 3, 4. Drama Club (Orchestra T4). 
Band 14. S.A.C. 3, 4. Girl's State Altern. 3. 
Yearbook (Managing Ed. 4). School re-eval- 
uation com. 3, 4. Flute Ensemble 1-4. 
What we know of other people is only our 
memory of the moments during which we 
knew them. 

T.S. Eliot 



KRISTA MARIE GATES 

Fall Cheerleading 1-4. (Capt. 4). Winter 
Cheerleading 1-3 (Capt. 2). Spring Track 2- 
4. Spanish Club 2-4 (Sec. 4). World of Work 
3. Student Gov't. 2, 3. Yearbook 4. 
O brave new world- that has such people in 
it. 

Miranda 




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BONNIE JEAN GIACOBBE 

Bee Gee, Bunsy, BonBon 
French Club 14. Drama Club 2. 3. Band I 
4. A.F.S. 14. Cross Country 3, 4. Spring 
Track 14, Winter Track 14. 
His stance is proud, his heart is pure, his 
loyalty unbound. And when he runs, his 
hoof beats echo thunder's noble sound. His 
swiftness challenges the wind in untamed 
majesty. His spirit, ever riderless, his soul, 
forever free 



DAVID MICHAEL JOSEPH 

GILLEN 

Dave, Crazy Dave, Cilly 

Football 1, 4. Basketball 2, 3. 
Do everything once 
And the fun things twice. 





STEPHEN MICHAEL 
GILMARTIN 

Steve, GUmo, Gilly 

Drama 1-3. TVh 4. 

It isn't always easy, this thing called life. 

Misfortune sometimes clouds the 

horizon. 

But . . . It's up to us, we're the ones 

that have to 

push the clouds away. 




RICHARD NICOLA GIORDANI 

Gio. G.G., G.Q. 

Football 1-4. Band 1-4. 

It's really a wonder that I haven't 

dropped all my ideals, 

Because they seem so absurd and 

impossible to carry out. 

Yet I keep them because in spite of 

everything, I still believe 

That people are good at heart. 

Anne Frank 



MEGHAN ELIZEBETH GLANS 
Meg, Flamethrower, Pokey 

Drama Club I. Yearbook 4. TVN 4. 
We are one, after all, you and ll, together 
we suffer. Together exist, and forever we 
will recreate each other. 

Frederick T. School 




DAVID ADAM GOLDMAN 

Dave, Goldie 

Drama Club 4. TVN 4. 

Give to the world the best you ha ve and the 

best will come back to you. 



RICHARD MATTHEW GRADEN 

Buddy 
Football 2, 3, 4. 



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TARA ELIZABETH GRIFFIN 

TaTa, Mouth, Teque, TEG 
Fall Cheerleading 1-4 (CoCapt). Winter 
Track 1-3. Spring Track I. French Club 1-4 
(Pres. 4). Latin Club I. 2. Drama Club 3. 4. 
Mat, Hon. Soc. 3, 4. SAC 4. Yearbook sales 
Ed. 4. School newspaper 3, 4. Mass. Girl's 
State Rep. 3. 

Don 't worry about the world coming to an 
end today- It's already tomorrow in 
Australia. 

Linus 






DAVID KENYOli HARRIMAN 



MARTHA RYAN REBECCA 
HARTIGAN 

Vib, Vibba 

Spanish Club 3, 4. Soccer 3. Winter Track 
1-4. Spring Track 1-4. Yearbook 4. 
So take me to the airport, and put me on a 
plane, I have no expectations to pass 
through here again. 

dagger ■ Richards 




CHRISTINE MARY CATHERINE 
HELFRICH 

Chrissy, Chris, Crystle 

Let me be free to think my own thoughts; 
to choose my own way; to be my own 
person 



LIAM HENDERSON 

Luis 
Soccer 1, 2, 4. Basketball 2. 
Everything is sweetened by risk. 
A.S. 



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HEIDI BETH HIMBERG 

Ho, Held 

French Club 1. Student Gov't. 3, 4. Field 
Hockey 2, 3. Tennis I, 2, 4. 
I'd sure be the first one to say, when I look 
at myself today, I wouldn't have done it 
any other way. 

Jim Croche 






CHRISTOPHER PATRICK 
HINDLEY 

Chris, Sink 

Band 1. Student Govt. 4. Winter Track 3, 
4. Spring Track 3. 4 (Cocapt. 4). 
I might seem secure, I could have it made; 
You might think you've seen a lucky man 
who made the grade; Nobody knows what 
dreams I see; and nobody really sure just 
who they want to be. 

Billy Squire 



DARCI JEAN HOLDEIi 

Darce 

French Club 1-4. hat. Hon. Soc. 3. 4. Stu- 
dent Gov't. I. Field Hockey Mgr. I. Basket- 
ball 1. Fall Cheerleading 2-4. Winter 
Cheerleading 2. Gymnastics 3, 4. Spring 
Track 2. Spanish Club 4. 
If you can dream it. you can achieve it. If 
you believe in yourself all things are 
possible. 




ERIC SCOTT HOPFNER 

Hoff, Hopper 

The secret of success is consistency of 
purpose. 

Benjamin Disraeli 



KIMBERLY HOPKINS 

Kim, KimaBima 
French Club 2-4. Winter Track 1. 2, 4. 
Spring Track 1-4. Soccer 4. Mat. Hon. Soc. 
3. 4. 

The most effective way to cope with 
change is to help create it. 

Salada Tag Lines 



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MICHELLE L YNNE HOPKINS 
Mitch, Mitzie, MookeyMouse 

Spanish Club 3. 4. Drama 3 

I am here so patiently, 

lying on the floor. 

I'm just trying to do this jigsaw puzzle, 

before it rains anymore. 

Rolling Stones 






JOHN JOSEPH HUGHES 

Football I. Baseball 1-4. 
Fame is a vapor. 
Popularity an accident. 
Riches take wings. 
Only one thing endures, 
And that is character. 
H. Greeley 



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ROBERT PAUL HUREAU 

Bob 

French Club 3, 4. tiat. Hon. Soc. 3, 4. Bas- 
ketball I, 2. Spring Track 3. Tennis 4. Yrbk. 
4. 

We must welcome the future, remember- 
ing that soon it will be the past, and we 
must respect the past, knowing that once it 
was all that was humanly possible. 




LINCOLN DESMOND 
JACKSON 
Soccer 3. 4. 

Who loves not women, wine, and song, re 
mains a fool his whole life long. 



SaSAN JONES 

Sue, Suzy, Suzy Q 
Spring Track 2-4. Band 1-4. 



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LAURA ANNE ALEXANDRIA 
JOSEPH 

Gimpie, L.J., Jo 

Field Hockey 1-4 (Capt. 4). Winter Track 1. 
Spring Track 1. World of Work 3. Spanish 
Club 4. Yrbk. 4. Latin Club I. 
The world moves on, but now and again a 
memory of yesterday brightens today like a 
brilliant rainbow. 






DEBORAH ANNE MARGARET 
KEARNEY 

Doobie, Debba, Deb 

Don't worry bout tomorrow 
cause you'll know it when it comes 
When the rock and rollin' music 
Aleets the risin ' shinin ' sun. 

Grateful Dead EMB 



PETER DENIS JOHN KEARNS 

Pistol, Pierre 

Band I. French Club 1-4. Spanish Club 
3. 4. 

I understand about indecision 
I don 't care if I get behind 
People living in competition 
All I want is to have my peace of mind. 

Boston 




MARGARET DeQUINCEY 
KEMP 

Marge, Maggie, Magret 

French Club 4. Drama 3, 4. Student Gov't. 
I, 2. 4 (Sec. 4). Yrbk. 4. TVN 4. Tennis 1-4. 
Fall Cheerleading 1-4 (Co-capt. 2). Winter 
Cheerleading 1-3. 

When it s hot in the classroom and you fall 
asleep at your desk, your math paper 
sticks to your head. 

Peppermint Patty 



KRISTEN MICHELLE KENNEY 

Kris, Krit, K.K. 

AFS I. Spring Track I. Soccer 1-4. Spanish 
Club 3, 4. Yrbk. 4. World of Work 3. 
Life's truest happiness is found in the 
friendships made along the way. 



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TIMOTHY PATRICK LARSEli 




ACHIM KRASENBRINK 

Achim the Dream, Ack 

Chorus 1-4. Soccer 1-4. Drama 3, 4. 
Only eternal beings lived before I came to 
life, and I forever last. 

Dante Alighieri 



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CAROL ANN LAIDLAW 

Ceerol, Lud, Stella 

Latin Club 1-3. AFS I. 2. World of Work 3. 

Hold fast to dreams 

for if dreams die 

life is a broken-winged dove 

that can not fly. 




RA YMOND JOSEPH 
LAZCANO, III 

Ray, Cool Ray 

Football 1-4. Basketball 1, 2. World of Work 

3. 

Life is no dress rehearsal. 



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KRISTEN GAIL LeliORMAND 

Kris, Lungie, Lee 

Latin Club 1-3. French Club 24. Drama 1, 
3. 4. Yrbk. 4. 

But they that wait upon the Lord shall re- 
new their strength; they shall mount up 
with wings as eagles; they shall run, and 
not be weary; and they shall walk, and not 
faint. 

Isaiah 40:31 





CLAYTON DEAN LEWIS 

Wrestling 1-4 (Capt. 4). Soccer 2, 4. Spring 
Track 2-4. Mat. Hon. Soc. 3, 4. Yrbk. 4. 
Anything one man can imagine, other men 
can make real. 

Jules Verne 



PATRICIA LICKFIELD 

Patty 

French Club 3. 4. fiat. Hon. Soc. 3, 4. Band 

I. Student Gov't. 4. Yrbk. Art Ed. 4. Spring 

Track 1-3. Winter Track 2, 3. 

The gull that flies the highest sees the 

farthest. 




JOHN BAYARD LIVINGSTON 

Juan 

Band 1-3. Stage Band 2. 3. Soccer 2. Spring 
Track 4. World of Work 3. 
There is no pleasure in having nothing to 
do; the fun is in having lots to do and not 
doing it. 

John W. Raper 



TIMOTHY JOHN LOPES 

Lopesy, Tim, Timbo 

Class V.P. I. School Newspaper 3, 4. TVN 
4. Soccer 3. 4 (Co-capt. 4). Basketball 1-4 
(Cocapt. 4). Baseball 1-4 (Cocapt. 4). 
Don 't quit because the road gets rough, but 
look around. There may be a smoother 
road to the same destination. 



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MICHELLE LOW 






GILLIAN PATRICIA LUCAS 

Jill, an, Blub 

Class Hist. 1. AFS 1. 2. French Club 1-4. 

Spring Track 2. Nat. Hon. Soc. 3. 4 (V.P.). 

Yrbk. 4. Majorette 4. 

The best way to know life is to love many 

things. 

Van Gough 



CHRISTOPHER JAMES LYONS 




JOHN ARCHIBALD 
MacDONALD 

World of Work 3 (Pres.) Latin Club I. 2 
French Club 3. 4. Drama 3. 4. Nat. Hon 
Soc. 3. 4. School Newspaper 3. Yrbk. 4. 
Cross-Counlry 4. Winter Track 14. Sprirtg 
Track I. 2. 4 

. / fmpe for success, shall do all in my 
power to secure it and trust to God for the 

S4 '^«' 

David G. Farragut 



DA VID PHILLIP MAHONEY 
Dave 

If at first you don 't succeed 
Try try again: then give up. 
Don't be a damned fool. 




SUZANNE MAHONEY 
Suz 

Cross-Country 3, 4 (Cocapt. 4). Wiriter 
Track 1-4. Spring Track I-4(Capt. 4). Span- 
ish Club 4. 

Time once shared . . . 
and memories of yesterday, 
look toward the future to capture a 
glimpse of the past 
and to grow and develop a bright new 
tomorrow. 





SIAN MARIE MALONEY 

Juana 

Student Gov't. 3. Soccer 1-4 (Cocapt. 4). 

Spring Track 1-4. Winter Track 2-4. 

I may not be perfectly wise. 

I may not be perfectly witty, 

I may not be perfectly wonderful, 

But I am always perfectly me. 



^^^ LINDA JO MANNA 
^^ Under, Lindy, L.J. 

tlow I come to you, with open arms 
Nothing to hide, believe what I say. 
So here I am with open arms 
Hoping you'll see what your love means 
to me. 



GABRIELA MALVAREZ 

Gaby 



AFS 4. 




MARY ELIZABETH ANN 
MARTIN 

Mare 
Drama 1-4. Student Gov't. 2, 3. Yrbk. 4. 
Soccer 1-4. Spring Track I. Food Com. 4. 
Keep your face to the sunshine and you 
can not see the shadows. 



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^m cAi 



CARLA JEAN MASON 

Crash, Spaz, Li 'I Nyumbi 

Spanish Club 2. Drama 3. 4. Mat. Hon. Soc. 

3. 4. Yrbk 4. School Newspaper 4. TVN 4. 

Soccer 1-4. Winter Track 1-4. Spring Track 

M. 

The light which puts out our eyes 

is darkness to us. 

Only that day dawns to which 

we are awake. 

There is more day to dawn. 

The sun is but a morning star. 

Henry David Thoreau 






CATHERINE MARY BRIGIT 

McCANN 

Camy, Clammy, Kodak, 

McCuelo 

AFS 14. World of Work 3. TVN 4. 
But if we forget that the future will some- 
day be the present, we forget too that the 
present is already here. 

College English Book 



KEVIN PAUL McEACHERN 

McGee, Kev 

Basketball 2. 

We'll be the first to know if we're 

evil or divine, 

We're the last in line. 

Dio 




IAN DA VI D McGONNIGAL 

Eon, Ion Man, Zaxodius Argon 
Drama 14 (Festival 3. 4). Chorus 14. Stage 
Band 4 

All the world's a stage, and the men and 
women merely players. They have their ex- 
its and their entrances, and one man in his 
time plays many parts His acts being seven 
ages 
06 William Shakespeare 



DA VID SEAN McMAHON 

Sean, Julius 
Latin Club 2, 3. Basketball 2. Baseball 2-4. 
Veni Vidi Vici. 

Julius Caesar 




SaSAN PATRICIA MEAGHER 

Sue, Suer, Airhead 

Band 1. Student Govt. 2. Softball 1-4. 

World of Work 3. 

To me you are a special kind. 

People like you are so fiard to find. 

We all hold our special memories of ttie 

times spent together. 

Forever in my thoughts you'll be — and 

in my heart faithfully. 






JANE MARIE ELIZABETH 
MEEHAN 

Basketball Mgr. I. World of Work 3. 
For yesterday is but a dream, and tomor- 
row is only a vision; But today well lived 
makes every yesterday a dream of happi- 
ness and every tomorrow a vision of hope. 



ALEXANDER TAFT 
LA WRENCE MESSINGER 

Alex, A. Mess., Ace 

Spring Track 2-4. Basketball 3. Nat. Hon. 
Soc. 3, 4. Band 1-4. School Newspaper 3, 4 
(Business /Agr. 4). Latin Club T3. Winter 
Track 4. 

There is nothing — absolutely nothing — 
half so much worth doing as messing about 
in boats. 

Kenneth Grahame 




SCOTT CHARLES METIVIER 

Hosehead, Hey Moe, Fred 

Drama 2-4. Band 1-4. French Club 3. Nat. 
Hon. Soc. 3, 4. 

And now for something completely differ- 
ent . . . 



STEPHEN WILLIAM MILDRUM 

Beaver 
Football 24. Basketball 1-4. 
It's a wrap. 



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RICHARD SCOTT MILLS 

Scott, Millsy. S. 
Foott>all 24. Student Govt. 7 4. 
tiottiing great was ever achieved without 
enthusiasm. 

R. W. Emerson 






LISA MICHELE KATHERINE 
MOHAN 

Lee 

Spanish Club 2-4. Basl<etball 2. Yrbl<. 4. 
TVN 4. Soccer 2. 3 (Cocapt. 3). 
If I can stop one heart from breaking, I shall 
not live in vain; if I can ease one life the 
aching, or cool one pain, or help one faint- 
ing robin unto his nest again, I shall not live 
in vain. 

Emily Dickenson 



J AYE ELLEN MOORE 

Morely 
Softball 2. 

Reach out and touch somebody's hand. 

Make this world a better place if you can. 

Diana Ross 




LORELEI ANN MUCCI 

Lol, Mucka, Lolly 

AFS I Latin Club 2. 3. French Club 24 
Hat. Hon Soc 3, 4. Yrbk. Activities Ed. 4. 
Majorette 3. 4 (Co-opt) Winter Track 24. 
Spring Track 1-4. 

O Wonder! How many goodly creatures are 

there here' How beautious mankind is! O 

brave new world that has such people in it! 

88 Shakespeare, The Tempest 



JULIE ELIZABETH 
MOLKERRIN 

Henrietta, Jules 
Field Hockey 24. Spring Track 2. TVN 4. 
Free at last, free at last, thank God I'm free 
at last! 

Martin Luther King 




KENNETH FREDRICK 
TIMOTHY MURPHY 

Murph, Smurph 
Soccer 1-4. Winter Track 1-4. Spring Track 
1-4 (Co-capt). Mat. Hon. Soc. 3. 4. 
ho matter how many obstacles block my 
path, no matter how many times I am 
swept back by the current, no matter how 
many times I fall. I will always have my 
oatmeal. 






DANIELLE KIMBERLEY NACE 

DaniD, Spazz, Ribs 

French Club l-3(Tres. 2, 3). Nat. Hon. Soc. 
3, 4. Winter Track 7, 2, 4. Spring Track 1-4. 
Majorette 3, 4. Yrbk. 4. 
Life is a voyage . . . not a destination. 



JOHN MICHAEL NAIMOVICH 

Naimo, Lake Dweller 

I've been to the edge, then I stood and 
looked down, you know I lost a lot of 
friends there baby, I got no time to mess 
around. 

Van Halen I 




HOLLY RAE JEAN NAPPI 

Hoi, Nippi 

Soccer 2 Spanish Club 3, 4. TVN 4. 
Our care should not be so much to live 
k>ng, as to live well. 

Seneca 



SARAH ELIZABETH NELSON 

French Club 3. 4 (Sec 4). Nat. Hon. Soc. 3. 

4. Yrbk. 4. Field Hockey 2-4. Tennis 2-4. 

World of Work 3 (V.P.) 

What lies behind us 

and what lies before us 

are tiny matters compared 

to what lies within us. 

Ralph Waldo Emerson 



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KIMHUE THI NGUYEN 

128 

Latin Club 7. AFS 1-4. Nat. Hon. Soc. 3, 4. 

Happiness does not come to those who 

wait but to those who pursue it. 

Lester David 






MICHAEL DOUGLAS NOLAN 

Mike, Miguel 
Band I, 2. Football 2. 
What I don't understand is how I can so 
consistently fool myself into thinking I'm 
going to do something when experience 
should remind me that there isn 't a chance 
in the world I'll do it. 

Andy Rooney 



JENNIFER LYN NORLING 

Jen, Jenna 

French Club I. 4. Drama 3. 4. Basketball I- 
4 (Cocapt. 4). Yrbk. Senior Section Ed. 4. 
TVN 4. Student Gov't. I, 3. 4. (Pres. 4) 
I am convinced that there should be going 
on in the heart of everyone not a funeral 
but a celebration of life and love. 

John Powell 




STEPHEN JOHN NORTON 
Steve 

Many miles and many tears 
times were hard but now they're 
changing 

you should know how it feels my friend. 
Bad Company 



DARLENE L YNN OBERG 

To be nobody but yourself in a world which 
is doing its best day and night to make you 
everybody else means to fight the hardest 
battle which any human being can fight 
and never stop fighting. 

E.E. Cummings 
Keep the spirit. 



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AIAY BETH O'BRIEN 

Ame, Amy O, Amos 

TVn 4. Softball 2. 

There is a growing strength in a woman, 

but it's in the forehead, not the forearms. 





CHRISTINE LEE O'HALLORAN 

Chris, Peg, Funkydoo 

Spanish Club 2, 3. French Club I. Yrbk. 4. 

Field Hockey 2, 3 (Mgr. 2, Capt. 3). Spring 

Track I. Winter Track 1. 

For long you live and high you fly 

And smiles you 'II give and tears you 'II 

cry. 

And all you touch and all you see 

Is all your life will ever be. 



WILLIAM RA YMOND 
O'LOOGHLIN 

Bill, Swank-man, Bilzda 

Five to one, baby, one in five, 
tio one here gets out alive, now 
You get yours, baby, I'll get mine. 
Gonna make it, baby, if we try. 

Jim Morrison 




ELIZABETH DELANO 
OSBORNE 

Liz, Lizzie, Oz 
Yrbk. layout Ed. 4. Soccer 4 (Cocapt.). Bas- 
ketball 1-4. Latin Club I. World of Work 3. 
Wanderers in the shadowed land despair 
not! For though dark they stand, all words 
must end at last, and see the sun go past; 
the day 's end, or the day begun. For east or 
west all woods must fail . . . 

Tolkien 



ANGELA MARIE PARK 

Moses 

Basketball 2. 

The secret to life is in the living, Not 

just standing there and watching life go 

by. 



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DEBORAH Ann PASTERIS 

Debbie, Deb 
Spanish Club 3. 4. Field Hockey 2. Yrbk. 4. 
Don't walk in front of me — / may not 
follow. 

Don't walk behind me — / may not lead. 
Just walk beside me and be my friend. 





LYriNE MAURA PETRILLO 

Lynnie, Lynard, Helen 

Spanish Club 2 4 (T res. 4). Hat. Hon. Soc. 3, 
4 Yrbk Activities Ed. 4. Soccer 2. 
Always remember the excellent times to 
gether, the good friends and the happiness 
we have shared. 

L.M.P. 




KRISTEN PAULSON 

K.P., Slick, Spazz 

French Club 3, 4. Cross Country 3, 4. Win- 
ter Track I, 2. Spring Track 1, 3. 
Fortune sometimes brings in the boat not 
steered. 



CHRISTINE PERRY 




SCOTT ANDREW PIETROSKI 

Scooter, S 

Tennis 2-4. Soccer 2, 4. Band I. 
So ya, thought ya, might like to go to the 
show! To feel the warmth above confusion, 
that space cadet glow! 

Pink Floyd 



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JODIE PLATNER 

Purple Haze 

Student Gov't. 1, 4. Spring Track 1. Winter 
Track 2. French Club 2-4. Yrbk. 4. 






MICHELLE THERESE PORTER 

Mish, Shorty 
French Club 2, 3. Nat. Hon. Soc. 3, 4 (Sec). 
Student Gov't. 1-3. Soccer 2. 
Seasons change as do our lives 
We shall never realize 
The way we've lived and loved 
And wept. 

The memories we've shared 
Are kept. 



WILLIAM LLOYD LUKE 
PORTER 

Spanish Club 3, 4. Mat. Hon. Soc. 3. 4. 
Student Gov't. 13. Yrbk. Bus. Ed. 4. Foot- 
ball I, 2. Spring Track I. 2. 
Fame is a vapor 
Popularity is an accident. 
Riches take wings. 
Only one thing endures, and that is 
character. 

Horace Greeley 



DAVID MICHAEL REAGAN 

Spike, Ronnie 

Football 2-4. School Newspaper 4. Baseball 

2-4. 

It matters not how straight the gate. 

How charged with punishments the 

scroll, 

I am the master of my fate. 

I am the captain of my soul. 

William Ernest Henler, Invictus 




LORY JEAN ELIZABETH 
RICHARDSON 

L.J., Taloola, Brat 
Drill Team 2-4. AFS 1-4. Drama 1-4. World 
of Work 3. 

Reflections in the oceans waves 
Spark my wild memories 
Some happy, some sad . . . 
And I think of school friends 93 

And the dreams that we had. 
Lory 




SCOTT LEWIS ROGERS 

Roggy, Roger, Jaime 

Soccer 14. AFS I. Band I. Winter Track 4. 

Spring Track I, 3, 4. 

If we can assert ourselves, we can succeed. 

If we don 't. we will be another face in the 

crowd. 



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THEODORE JA Y ROSS 

Ted 
Football 2. 

You are never given a wish without also 
being given the power to make it true. You 
may have to work for it, however. 

Richard Bach 



DAVID ROBERT SALAMOliE 

Sal, Mustafa 
Baseball 2-4. School Newspaper 4. 
People asking questions 
Lost in confusion 

I tell them there 's no problems — only 
solutions. 

Well they stare at me as if I lost my 
mind 

I tell them there's no problem I'm just 
sitting here doing time. 

John Lennon 




THOMAS GEOFFREY 
SCAMMELL 

Geoff 



Soccer 2. 4. Tennis I. 2. 

Live life up to its fullest, before you're too 

old to. and wish that you had. 



STEPHEN JOSEPH 
SCHEMBARI 

Steve 

Those are our best friends in whose pres- 
ence we are able to be our best selves. 



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ANNMARIE SCHIHELL 

AM, Sam, Annie 

Band 1-4. Student Gov't. 4. Drama 3. Span- 
ish Club 4. 

Cod grant me the serenity to accept the 
things I can not change, courage to change 
the things I can, and the wisdom to t<now 
the difference. 






W^ .^' 



LAURIE ANN SCHULZ 

Schulzie, Law 

Student Cov't. 2, 3. Yrbk. 4 Field Hockey 
Mgr.Stat. 3, 4. 

Ultimately, time is all you have and the 
idea isn't to save it but to savor it. 

Ellen Goudman 



SHARON LEE SCOTT 

Cuddles, Sha, Shaish 

Sit down take a look at yourself, don 't you 
want to be somebody? Someday some- 
body's gonna see inside, you have to face 
up, you can't run and hide. 

The Little River Band 



ELIZABETH HART SEARS 

We all live under the same sky but we don 't 
all have the same horizon. 

K. Andenauer 




SARAH ELIZABETH 
SHERMAN 

Saah 

French Club 2-4. Band 1-4. Drama 2-4. 
Yrbk. 4. 

It requires an unusual mind to undertake 
the analysis of the obvious. 



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SUZANNE ELIZABETH 

SIMMONS 
Suz, Banana, Sue Moo 

Drill Team 24 Drama Club 14. Chorus I, 

4 AFS 14 TVn 4. Spring Track 3. World 

of Work 3. Student Govt. 4. 

There's a place between the wall and us 

a nomans land of love and trust 

respect for all 

uncorrupt 

So I accept you if you accept me 

at least agree we both exist. 

Lehe Lovich 





JEFFREY MICHAEL SINATRA 

Soccer 2-4 (Capt. 4). Tennis 2. 

If you can 't dazzle them with brilliance, 

Then baffle them with bull. 



PA TRICK JOSEPH SMITH 

Smitty, Pete 

Band I, 2. Student Govt. I, 2. Winter 
Track I. Soccer 4. 

Hold fast to dreams, for if dreams die, life is 
a broken-winged bird that can not fly. 

Langston Hughes 




TRACY LEE SMITH 

Tray, Trace, Schmidt 

Drama I Drill Team 2. 

Keeping my mind on a better life Where 

happiness is only a heartbeat away. 

Paradise — can it be all I heard it was? 

I close my eyes and maybe I'm already 

there. 

Tommy Shaw 



ALICIA MARIE NANCY 
STAPLES 

Leash 

AFS 1. French Club 2. Mat. Hon. Soc. 3, 4. 
TVN 4. 

Those who bring sunshine to the lives of 
others can not keep it from themselves. 
Sir James Barrie 



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MONIQOE ANN STELLA 

lAona, Mono 

French Club 1, 2. Drama 2, 3. Studertt 
Gov't. 3. Yrbk. 4. Soccer 1-3. Spring Track 
2. 

That I did always love 
I bring thee proof 
I never lived — enough — 
That I shall love always — 
/ argue thee 
That love is life 
And life hath immortality. 
Emily Dickinson 






MARK ROBERT SULLIVAN 

Otto 

Football 3, 4. Band 1. 



NANCY MARIE THERESA 
TAGLIERI 

Student Gov't. I. Yrbk. 4. Field Hockey 1-4 
(Cocapt. 4). Basketball 1-4. 
As we look back, we remember how it 
was. 

We look now to the future and what it 
will be. 

The road was a somewhat long and 
difficult one. 

But our Journey has only just begun. 
A. Taglieri 



RICHARD ROBERT TEDESCHI. 
JR. 

Strappa, Rich, Strap 

Soccer 1-4. Basketball 1-3. Spring Track 2 

4. Winter Track 4. Student Gov't. !, 2. 

Band I. 2. TVfi 4. Yrbk. 4. French Club 1, 

2. 

Talk to yourself so you can hear what you 

really want to know. 

Rich Tedeschi 




DOUGLAS SHAW TERRY 

Doug, Dougie 

Student Govt. 1. 2. Basketball 1-4 (Co- 
capt.). Soccer 3. 

He is strong who conquers others: 
he who conquers himself is mighty. 
Lao Tzu 



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STEVEN JOHN THOMAS 

Steve, Etienne 
TVN 4. Soccer 1-4. Student Govt. 4. 
It is not the experience of today that drives 
men mad — it is the remorse or bitterness 
for something which happened yesterday 
and the dread of what tomorrow may bring. 
Let us therefore live but one day at a time. 





ROBERTA MARIE TOOMEY 

Bobbi 

If this is it, please let me know. 
H. Lewis 




CHRISTINE MARIE TOSNEY 

Tos, Chris, Sabina 

Spanish Club 2. French Club 14 (V.P. 2, 3). 
Hat. Hon. Soc. 3, 4. World of Work 3. Bas- 
ketball 1-4. Softball 14. 
The human spirit is stronger than anything 
that can happen to it. 

Salada Tea Bag 




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DENISE ELIZABETH 
TRAMONTANA 

De. DNA, Stacey 
fiat Hon Soc 3. 4. Yrbk. Copy Ed. 4. 
Between the idea and the reality. 
Between the emotion and the response, 
Between the essence and the descent. 
Falls the shadow . . 

T.S.E. 



DOROTHY ANN TULIS 
Darby, Doots, Darb 




KRISTIN ELIZABETH 
VAN OSDOL 

Kris. K.VO.. Van 

Nat. Hon. Soc. 3, 4. Student Gov't. 
Yrbk. 4. Basketball 2-4. Tennis 2. 3. 
Success lies in doing not what others con- 
sider to be great, But what you consider to 
be right. 



1-3. 






PAUL DAVID VENZA 
Lake Dweller 
Football 1. 2. 

They say it's kind of frightening how the 
younger generation swings. It's more than 
just a new sensation. The kid is into losing 
sleep winds up tied with who he meets. You 
know it's more than just an aggravation. 
Van Halen 



LINDA JEAN WESSEL 

Lynn, Lidia, Lid 

As life runs on, the road grows strange 
With faces new, and near the end 
The milestones into headstones change 
'Neath everyone is a friend. 

Victorian and Edwardian Poets 



DONNA CLARE WETZEL 




BRIAN CHRISTOPHER 
WINTERS 

Clam, Winners 

Football 1-4. Baseball 1-4. 
Once I had a little game, I like to throw 
back in my brain, I think you know the 
game I mean. It's the game called go 



Jim Morisson 



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BRUCE DAVID WORTHEN 

Tennis 1-4 (Capt. 4). French Club 3. 
Success is a journey, not a destination. 



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ADMINISTRATION . . . 

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Cold House Principal, Bruce Marshman 



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. . . THE CAPTAINS 



ENGLISH 




English Department Head, Maria 
Moscaritolo 



Susan Gilmore 



Corrinne Woodworth 




Henry Kowalski 



Terri Halleen 



Carol Beat 





[CHAUCtl? ^, 



.^ii. 



Marylou Lawrence 



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SCIENCE 



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Science Department Head, 
Richard I. Holbert 
O.K. R. I. H. 



John Browne 




David Walsh (Athletic Director) 



Alan Webber 



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Judith Doherty 



SOCIAL STUDIES . . . 




Dennis Kelly 



William Gerety 



. . . LOG KEEPERS , 



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MATHEMATICS . . . 




Jay Swartz 
Department Head 



Virginia Giordano 




Mary Ellen Connor 



Joan Connolly 



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. . NAVIGATORS 



LANGUAGES . . . 




Phyllis Dunn 



Anne Rosenberg 
Department Head 



Robert Dargis 



Ola/Bonjour/Salve 



Hello 




Dorothy Heiler 



Carolyn Clark 



. . . INTERPRETERS 




Gold Guidance, Harriet Polner 



Blue Guidance, Peter Kapolka 



Blue Guidance, Missy Gerety 




Administrative Secretary, Barbara Cronin Adminstrative Secretary, Marcia Holden Guidance Secretary, Linda Duane 




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School nurse, Peggy Collins 
School Doctor. Dr. Dorothy Chase 




Physical Education, Al Kassatly 



Physical Education, Dianne Tupper 



Physical Education, John Osgood 




Physical Education, Elaine Frado 



Band, Terry Anthony 



Art, Jean Simms 





Janitor, Arthur Daneau 



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BUS/NESS 




Business. Leo Lawless 



Home Economics. Elaine A ten 



Shop, Anthony Arena 




Home Economics. Dorothy Bradford Business. Maureen Traverse 



Audio-Visual. Lou Tardie 





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Business, Carole Hermann 



SPECIALISTS 




Head Librarian, Mary Croat 



Librarian, Sally Jardin 



Librarian, Judith Lowe 





Special Needs, Gail Cadigan 



Special Needs, Christine Hunt 



Special Reading, Joan Auciello 




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Reading, Susan McGeoghegan 



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Special Needs, Judith Field 



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BOYS' BASKETBALL 




Front Row J. Coons, M. Ellis, S. Benting, D. Terry (Co-Capt.), T. Lopes (Co-Capt.), S. Mildrum, J. Murphy Back Row 
J. Anderson, J. Delahunt, M. Loeben, C. Daly, M. Pendergast, K. Young, B. Dempsey, Coach Azevedo 




Led by Seniors Doug Terry, Tim 
Lopes, and Scott Benting, the Boys' 
Varsity basi<etbaH team qualified for 
the state tournament for the first 
time in four years. Being Junior-ori- 
ented, the team looks foreward to 
yet another winning season in 1986 
with the return of Ellis, Murphy, 
Dempsey, Young, Pendergast, Daly, 
Delahunt, and Anderson and Mike 
Lobin. 



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Cimme a High Five! 




GIRLS' BASKETBALL 




From row: J. Flaherty. J. Norling Back row: Mgr. B. Donahue, L. Osborne. /V. Connolly. A. Dunn, K. Garfield, A. Mitchell, K. VanOsdol. A. 
Taglieri. K. McLeod. Coach Cerety 



The Girls Varsity Basketball team had a successful 
season and qualified for the state tournament for the 
second consecutive year. Although this team was com- 
prised of a strong group of seniors. Coach Cerety is 
looking to returning underclassmen to help lead next 
year's team. 





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WRESTLING 




back row: J. Timulty, J. Karp. M. Loring, C. Ritter, T. Chicko, M. Devine. D. Terry, J. Flaherty, M. Fortey, D. Sparrow, Coach B. Zonfrelh' middle row: J. 
Larmay. A. Melanson, K. Paulson, J. O'Keefe. A. Evans, D. VanOsdol, K. Cowden, D. Barron, D. Burns front row: Captains C. Lewis, B. Chicko, L. 
Losciuto Missing: Meg Freeman (Statistician) 




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Back row: K. Foley, M. Cassidy, H. Prouty, R. Eaves, K. Boczanowski, K. Phillips, B. Mahoney, J. Rose, J. Coco, A. Mahoney, L. Morris, Coach 
Morris. Front row: P. Koularis, A. Devin, S. McQuarrie, D. Erna S. Brown, K. LoGuercio, K. Mahoney, E. Moody 





This year's gymnastic team had a 
large turnout resulting in a successful 
season with many high-lighted perfor- 
mances. Leading the way were Senior 
captains Debbie Erna and Stephanie 
Brown as well as strong all around per- 
formances by Lynnne Morris, Alicia 
Mahoney, and Karen Phillips. 



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WINTER TRACK 




1st row: Coach D. Mason. D. Piace. L. Mucci. B. Giacobbe. A. Messinger, S. MacDonald. P. Davis, Capt. K. Murphy. C. Hindley. J. Livingston. 2nd row: P. 
Scammell. T. Donovan. M. Cooper. P. Prudente. P. Coughan, B. Deinenger. R. Tedeschi. 3rd row: n. Thorns. P. Sinatra. J. VanOsdol. J. Stanton, P. tiew- 
some. J. Connell. J. Detwiller. 4th row: M. Travis, At. Masucci. B. Spitz, S. Rogers. K. McCaffrey, B. McGonnigal, Coach R. Littlefield. 5th row: B. 
Sullivan. C. Hindley, B. Lamond. T. Maguire. B. Culley. S. Mucci. G. Smith. L. Dillon. 6th row: T. Reagan, A. Kapolka, C. Farry, E. Larson, C. MacDonald, 
S. Ballerini. T. Deinenger. 7th row: K. Larson, K. Kelley, M. Messenger, J. Ediund, J. Klick. NOT APPEARING: Capt. C. Mason, Capt. S. Mahoney, Capt. 
R. Finnegan. P. Connell. D. Avery. T. Augustine. D. Mclnnis. 




One of the more unique teams in the FSHS athletic program is the Winter Track team. Practicing outside, competing in 
Boston, and consisting of both boys and girls, it does not quite fit the usual mold. Competing in the predominantly-boys 
Tri-County League, the team compiled a record of 3-5, the best ever posted by fiorwell. Led by Captains Ken Murphy, Rich 
Finnegan, Caria Mason, and Suzanne Mahoney, the team also excelled in post-season meets, with both the boys and girls 
finishing fifth overall in the State Relay Meet. 



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Why do we run? 
Why do we everyday prepare our- 
selves to face the blistering wind which 
hinders our endeavors? Why do we, at 
the point of fatigue, run that last 110, 
throw that extra yard, stretch that ex- 
tra inch? The elements against us and 
seemingly alone, we are warmed by the 
spirits, the inspiration, the dreams of 
within to succeed and be the best that 
we can be. A very wise man once said 
that running is the means to an end; for 
in everyday that we bear the cold, we 
continue the dedication to excellence, 
to ourselves, to our team, and to our 
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1st row: N. Tafralein. C. Spring, J. Healy. M. Pompeo. L. Leibowitz. S. Tedeschi. 2nd row: A. Mastro, C. Virtue, D. Mills, C. Cloutier, K. tiixon. D. DiFiore. 







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The pre-Christmas variety 
show was a huge success for au- 
dience and participants alike. 
Hal f of the proceeds were given to 
the Oxfam America fund for Ethi- 
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Croat Patrol 

"It's your dime" 

The food fight in the blue cafeteria 

Tissue! I hardly know you! 

Mrs. Smith 

Mrs Scannal/Mrs Garfield 

Attitash ski trip- Leo's 10 minutes 

Lake Dwellers vs. Ratts 

Eric Call stealing Mrs. Dunn's car 

"Don't talk, just listen" 

The mooning incident 

Bomb scare at the Junior high 

The girls sleeping overnight at school 

Peter Kearns swallowing his essay 

Ground Control 

Alice the Sexless Wonder 

Not listening to homeroom announcements 




REMEMBER 



The Flasher and the stranger in the green Nova 

When lunches were 40C 

Cabbage Patch Head 

R.I.H. recruiting Chem. 40 students 

Dave Cogliano's exploding pens 

Wash bottle fights and N.C.B.P 

When Emo couldn't talk 

Cori Brackett's sneezes 

"Hey" in the blue cafeteria 

Liz Ritchey, Anessa Jones, Brenda Campbell. Denise Lloyd, 

Laura Bauernfeind, Wayne Mastro 

Pg. 57 graph/ Freshman Science 

Do you remember O-T-l-S 

World History- film appreciation 

Buddah 

The Latin 20 Final-? 

Brett's recruiters wandering the halls 

Ticker Tape Tails 







Greece and Italy 



In April of 1984, fifteen Latin students journeyed across the seas to Greece and 
Italy where they visited Athens, Florence. Rome, and the isle of Capri. Stopping at 
the Vatican. Parthenon. Colleseum. and other such memorable sites while on this 
classical vacation, all were warned of the dangers of getting off the ship. 



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The success of liorwell High Schools football team 
got everybody in the mood for the evening ahead. The 
1984 Homecoming dance was quite an event to remem- 
ber as Ken Murphy and Jen fiorling were crowned King 
and Queen. 






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The trip to France was an experience that this group will never forget. 




Mardi Cras in the small town of Auxerre was an opportunity for us all to participate in 
"Farine Wars", dressing up in crazy costumes and "car tipping". 



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SENIOR AUCTION 



Going, going . . . gone but not forgotten. 

The hammer fell as the Senior class counted the profits 
of the day • the day that would go down in history as the 
day of the Senior Class FOOD Auction. 

Sure, Linda Kernan and Jodi Piatner were sold for a hefty 
sum, and Dino's flies were hot items, but the desire to 
consume delicious edibles ruled the day. Brownies for $15: 
25$ gift certificates for $35; Spaghetti for $40: Pizza for 
$43: the topper of course ■ Cookies for a meager $45!! Bon 
Appetit! 




How much money did you say you had? 



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1st row: K. Kraysler (Hist.). L. Elliot (V.P.). K. Hopkins (Sec.) 2nd row: 
P. fiewsome (Pres.), J. Coons (Hist.) 



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SENIORS 




1st row: A. Webber (Adv.). A. Dunn (Hist.). R. Scheurhoff (V.P.) 2nd row: P. 1st row: J. Swartz (Adv.). L. LoScuito (Tres). T. Donovan (V.P.). B. 
Sinatra (Tres.). Missing: D. Cronin (Sec). J. Zambuto (Pres) Emerson (Adv.) 2nd row: K. Garfield (Hist.). /V. Connolly (Sec.) 3rd 

134 row: C. Bunnell (Pres) 



STUDENT GOVERNMENT 




1st row: Ms. Travis (Adv.). T. Griffen, L. LoScuito. C. Bunnell, T. Donovan, E. Call, J. ISorling, P. Lichfield, J. Bond, M. Kemp, P. Goughan, P. Prudente, 
D. Peck, K. Hopkins, H. Prouty, B. Davies 2nd row: AI. Collins, J. Gately, B. Culley, M. Micciantuono, IS. Taylor, S. Simmons, C. Cole. A. Schnell, J. 
Woolfe, AI. Harrington, P. Foley, H. Himberg, J. Platner, J. Furio 3rd row: C. Leary, K. Burke, W. Dunn, A. Livingston, J. Rose, P. Scammel, E. Reed, P. 
Flaherty, R. O'Keefe, D. Betts, A. Dunn, R. Eaves, A. Tuttle. D. Fulton. G. MacDonald, K. Hietia, P. Mohan 



NOR WELL HIGHLIGHTS 




1st row: C. Woodworth (Adv), J. Rockney, N. Kapsumbelis. S. Clark. C. Brackett. A. Messinger. J. Coons. D. Reagan. P. Trombly. L. Eliot 2nd row: A. 
Devin. R. Harrison. K. Kraysler. N. Taylor, T. Griffin, AI. Mahoney, L. Sinatra, AI. Collins, L. Dillon 3rd row: K. Karnes. L. Carty, /V. Taylor. C. Dunford. T. 
Farry. E. Reed. J. Reilly 



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FRENCH CLUB 




1st row: B. Culley. C. Rogers, J. Holden, P. Lickfield, S. nelson. A. Eaves. T. Griffin. AI. Dullea. P. Kearns, AT. Kemp. J. Plainer. H. Prouty. J. fiorl- 
ing. J. Flaherty. J. Bond. /Y. Connolly. 2nd row: P. Scammell. J. Woodworth. n. Taylor, R. Scheurhoff, L. Nelville, S. Blake, C. Brackett, K. 
Kraysler. K. LeNormand. G. Lucas, S. Sherman. L. Mucci, M. Mahoney, A. Rosenberg (Adv.), L. Dillon 3rd row: D. Carty, D. Resnik, K. LoGuercio, 
A. Ladd. J. Rockney. S. MacDonald, /V. Kapsambelis, M. Lane. AI. Dwyer. L. Eliot, M. Collins, C. Dun ford, K. Nixon 








LATIN CLUB 




1st row: R. Scheurhoff. S. Burke. E. Call. P. Sinatra. A. Tutlle. K. McGowen. K. Larsen. K. Kelly. A. Livingston. /V. Rahman. A. Contrino 2nd row: 
K. Nixon. S. Mucci. A. Devin. K. Karnes. K. Kraysler. L. Sinatra. AI. Mahoney. L. Eliot. E. Larsen. P. Flaherty. AI. Larsen. P. Dunn (Adv.) 3rd row: 
E. Moody. C. Draheim. S. Shandrashaker. K. Burke, D. Carty, A. Ladd. J. Woodworth, J. Rockney, S. Ballerini, C. MacDonald, li. Middleton, J. 
Wong. M. Messinger. J. Klick 



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SPANISH CLUB 





1st row: S. Franklin (adv.); C. Leary; P. Newsome; B. Donahue; D. Erna; P. Foley; A. Fullerton: L. Petn'llo; K. Garfield; K. Kenney. 2nd row: J. Reil- 
ly; A. Kapolka; K. Kraysler; H. Phillips; L. LoScuito; A. Schnell; H. Prouty. 3rd row: J. Holden; A. Dunn; E. Reed; M. Dullea; M. Pompeo; P. 
Kearns. 



BAND 




1st row: J. Furio: S. Sherman; E. Call; A. Messinger; K. Larsen; S. Mucci; E. Larsen; A. Contrino. 2nd row: 
P. riorton; B. Sherman; H. Phillips; J. Contrambone; /V. Middleton; /V. Rahman; P. Scammell. 3rd row: S. 
Blake; A. Tattle: AI. Dwyer; A. Balla; I. Mc Conigal; lA. Ceoghan; M. Cooke; A. Schnell. 



DRAMA 




1st row: P. Prudente; S. Elder; C. Beal (Adv.); C. Bunnell; L. Lo Scuito; J. Norling; E. Call; C. Brackett; S. Sherman; T. Farry; K. Garfield; AI. 
Kemp; T. Donovan. 2nd row: P. Sinatra; B. Mc Conigal; A. Devin; S. Simmons; C. Cole; L. Dillon; J. Davis; S. Burke; AI. Martin; L. Petrillo; 
AI. Mahoney; L. Sinatra; K. Kelley; S. Clark; /V. Kapsambekis. 3rd row: B. Sherman; K. Carnes; A. Penniman; L. Richardson; S. Mc Guire; 
T. Reagen; J. Finnerty; A. Krasenbrink; I. McConigal; J. Gillis; H. Phillips; D. Nace; /V. Dempsey; L. Mucci; J. Lucas. 

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RAC/SAC 



World of Work 




1st row: T. Griffin: T. Donovan: J. Furio: 2nd row: L. Scuito: 1st row: A. Melanson: I Leibowitz: P Coughan; E Reed; J Holden; 2nd row: AI. Dwyer: M 
C. Bunnel. 3d row: Mrs. Auciello. (adv.) missing: D. Cog- Freeman: R. sctieurhoff; L Nelville; S Blake: S Banda. 3rd row: S. Burke; B Deinenger; M 
liano: D. Cronin Lane 



A.F.S. 




1st row: K Lefiormand: K Coco: M Freeman: C Bracked; H Nguyen. 2nd row: G Malvarez; L Richardson; S Simmons; A Tuttle: K Kenney; J Reikley. 3rd 
row: C Cole: B Deinenger: L Dillon: T Farry. 



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Clans: S. Benting. 3rd row: S. Gilmartin; Mr. Mott (Adv.): T. Lopes. 



NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 




1st row: T. Griffin: IS. Connolly; S. nelson; P. Lichfield: J. Lucas (V.P.); E. Call (Pres.); L. Mucci (Tres.): M. Porter (Sec): A. Messinger; C. Brackett; C. 
Tosney: D. ISace. 2nd row: J. Flaherty: K. Garfield; S. MacDonald; K. Murphy: L. Petrillo: A. Fullerton; K. Van Osdol: P. Foley: J. Furio; H. tiguyen. 3rd 
row: S. Elder: T. Donovan: C. Lewis: P. Kapolka (Advisor): A. Staples; ti. Dempsey; K. Hopkins. 

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1st row L. Richardson. C. Fischer 2nd row S. Simmons, T. 
Polect 



MAJORETTES 





D. fiace, A. Penniman, L. Mucci, G. Lucas 



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Isl Row S. Hindley. C. Davies, R. OKeefe, R. riappi 2nd Row J. Bately, C. Helfrich, A. Dunn, R. 
Finnegan, Airs. Auciello 

FOOD COMMITTEE 




C. Bunnell, E. Call Missing: M. Martin, T. Donovan 

NOR WELL SINGERS 




1st Row D. Sexton, P. Tower, C. Fischer, L. Richardson, S. Simmons, C. Cole, A. Bala, K. Phillips 2nd Row 
J. Finnerty, K. Karns, A. Peniman, C. Cloutier, J. Hone, J. Penny, J. Gillis 3rd Row S. McGuire, P. 
Adamcheck, B. McConnigal, A. Krasenbrink, H. Philipps, S. Clark, Ms. Basile Norwell singers not 
pictured: A. Devin, J. Wolfe, Bl Webster, C. Kelley. IS. Kapsumbelis 



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1st row: S. Elder: /V. Connolly: C. Bunnell: S. nelson: P. Lickfield: J. Lucas: J. Furio (Mng. Ed.): E. Call (Mng. Ed.): L. Mucci: D. Nace: C. Brackett: M. Dul- 
les: T. Farry. 2nd row: T. Griffin: J. Daniels: J. Norling; M. Kemp: J. Plainer; J. Bond: J. Davis: S. Burke; P. Foley; B. Donahue; K. Kenney. 3rd row: J. 
Doherly (Advisor): C. Lewis: J. Flaherty: K. Garfield: T. Donovan; S. MacDonald; A. Fullerton; L. Petrillo; K. VanOsdol; M. Clans; S. Sherman; K. 
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127 WASHINGTON ST. (RTE. 53) 
NORWELL, MASS. 02061 






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'Where the best come to rest" 




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SMOKEHOUSE 



VICTOR NOSIGLIA 

340 WASHINGTON ST. 
NORWELL. MASS 02M1 
617 659-4824 

EUROPEAN SAUSAGES 
SMOKED SPECIALTIES 



659-2272 




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North River Electric Supply, Inc. Norwell, MA 
Flagstaff Lighting 



Rt. 53 




43.^ V\ashington Street 




Kevin Connolly 
Sales Man,=iger 
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(Route 58) 

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LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE S. CONSTRUCTION 


Food Mart 






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Washington Park Pharmacy and 
Norwell Surgical Supply 



Service is our business with competitive pricing. 

John F. Carnes Sr. B.S. 

John F. Carnes Jr. B.S. 

A family-owned pharmacy for over 25 years 



Congratulations to the Class of 1985 \ 

United Church of Christ, Congregational H 



Norwell, Mass. 



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PRACTICE OF GENERAL DENTISTRY 



OFFICE HOURS 353 WASHINGTON STREET 

BY APPOINTMENT NORWEUL. MASSACHUSETTS 02061 



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Frank I. Rounds Company 

INDUSTRIAL HEAT ENGINEERS 



65 YORK AVENUE 

RANDOLPH, MASS 02368 

(61 71 963 6-140 




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of the 

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727 Main Street 

Norwell, Mass. 10261 

(617) 659-4411 




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future 

TO THE STAFF OF fiHS: Thank you. 

JIM AND GERTA CALL 
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South Shore Natural 
Science Center 



Jacobs Lane, Norwell 

Trails. Programs. Exhibits, Gift Shop 

All ages 

659-2559 

Open: 9-4 MonSat 

1-4 Sun. 



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871-1938 

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Hanover, MA 02339 



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Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Anderson 




The Bent family 




^1 Bob and Linda Benting 




^M The Bianchard family 




^H Jon. Joyanne and Jonathan Bond 




^^ Mr. and Mrs. Donald fi. Brown 




|H Mr. and Mrs. Raymond F. Caplice 




^H The Chicko family 




" The Cogliano family 




Mr. and Mrs. Leo. F. Connolly 




Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Cotter 




The Curtin family 




The parents of Jonathon E. Davis 




II J ' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dempsey 
f . Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Donahue 






, The Elder family 




Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Fisher 




The Giordani family 




Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Goldman 




Mr. and Mrs. Howard Graden 




Rennis and Judi Mae Griffin 




Hanover Lock and Security Systems 




The Holden family 




Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hopfner 




Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hureau 




The Kenney family 




1^^ The Laidlaw family 




^H Kathy and Ray Lazcano 




^" Mr. and Mrs. Edward LeNormand 




Steve and Joanne Stella 




The Scammell Family 



Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Lewis 

\\r. and Mrs. Alfred S. Lopes 

John and Barbara Macdonald 

The McEachern family 

The Meagher family 

The Mills family 

Jack and Marie Metivier 

Dave and Diane liace 

Mr. and Mrs. Kep Van Nguyen 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. lielson 

David and PrisciUa fiorling 

The Park family 

Dr. Albert Pizzi 

Jack and Nancy B. Platner 

Bill and Janice Reagan 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Richardson 

Mr. and Mrs Edward Ross 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Salamone 

Tom and Ellen Schnell 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Sears 

Attorney and Mrs. Jules B. Seldon 

The Simmons family 

Sounder Systems 

William and Nancy Sullivan 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Tedeschi 

John and Nancy Thomas 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Toomey 

The Tosney family 

Mr. and Mrs. John W. VanOsdol 

Mr. and Mrs. Derek A. Lucas 

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Garfield 





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